Netflix can’t be happy about the looming departures of “Friends” (for WarnerMedia’s newly announced HBO Max in 2020) and “The Office” (for NBCUniversal’s service in 2021) — two of the platform’s most-streamed shows. But for years, Netflix has anticipated that media conglomerates would pull back their top titles, and the company has been more focused than ever on spending to build up a prominent slate of originals to attract and retain subscribers.
Source: ‘Stranger Things 3’ Is a Subscriber Magnet: 13% of Ex-Netflix Users Signing Up Again to Watch Show, Study Finds
To launch a new series on RA dedicated to electronic music and the climate crisis, Chal Ravens assesses some of the key reasons behind the scene’s outsized carbon footprint.
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Source: Exclusivity as a Marketing Strategy in the Online Entertainment Industry – TechSling Weblog
Examining the current movie and TV content landscape and identifying key future value drivers
Source: The Future of Entertainment Content – IPG Media Lab – Medium
Within an hour of opening on Thursday, Universal’s newest Harry Potter ride in Orlando, Florida, has a 10-hour wait. Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike ride at Islands of Adventure is a $300 million investment from Universal that takes parkgoers on a mile-long journey through the infamous Forbidden Forest on Hagrid’s iconic motorbike.
Source: Hours long wait for Harry Potter coaster at Universal in Orlando
PwC forecasts UK entertainment and media growth second only to Germany
Source: Video streaming to ‘fuel £10bn UK growth boom’ – FutureScot